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The Dirty Heads comfortably combine hip-hop and reggae with somewhat lesser dollops of conventional rock songwriting and arrangements on Any Port in a Storm. While those are the three main styles the group blend, they don't always use all three idioms in the same song, some tracks coming close to being straight hip-hop, reggae, and/or rock. Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan are even referenced in "Believe." It's an unusual mixture, but more clever than exciting, without standout tunes or lyrics. Topics for the latter include statements of mild musical and social outsiderdom, declarations of pride for sticking to their principles, and the occasional nod to romance. A fair amount of profanity is used, but hardly in an aggressive manner, almost as if it's running a little counter to their generally upbeat natures. Billy Preston appears on keyboards in one of the last sessions he recorded before his death. ~ Richie Unterberger
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This album has a wonderful mix of Sublime, Pepper (without the punk influences), Bad Ronald, Planting Seeds, Incubus, Ballyhoo!, Gym Class Heroes and of course, Kottonmouth Kings. The music is full and rewarding, the lyrics are well written and enjoyable. If anything some of the songs run a little long and get repetitive towards the end, but that is me looking for problems. I have not enjoyed an album in this genre in quite a while and I highly recommend it.
I would list favorite songs, but I don't think I could pull any out, they work together and compliment each other the way it takes all of the ingredients n a soup to make it right. If you aren't sure, listen to Insomnia, Sails to The Wind, Viva la Vida and the single, Lay Me Down. If you like any ONE of these songs, I recommend the whole album. It will only make you appreciate the others more.
Two thumbs up! I'm ready for summer, get this album and you will be too!
Sails to the Wind
Lay Me Down
I'll have to give it a few more listens before I truly absorb how great this album is. Both of the lead singers are great, with singing and rapping ability. The beats are really good as well. These guys are going to make a big impression on the music world, with their mellow melodies combined with the best white hip-hop since Eminem.
So after a listen (Took a while. 23 songs!), I didn't really know what to think. This band has a large range of musical styles. They're punk, ska(ish), and have a bit of rap. I like most of the songs, but there are a few that I just can't stand. I'm not a huge fan of rap so I couldn't listen to a few songs. (They were entirely rap.EX. Hip Hop Misfits, Headphones, Antelope)
Overall, this album has something for everyone. For $5.00, it's definitely worth it.
After listening to this a bit more, even the rap songs grow on ya. I'm in love with all of these songs, and I can't wait for their new album to be released. (In the upcoming year)
Buy it, trust me